Could quiet but powerful Madison Keys be one to watch at Wimbledon?

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Madison Keys’ season got off to a difficult start suffering with injury issues and within the first three months of the season only competing in the Australian Open but did turn up to play Miami, Indian Wells and Madrid but began to make the headlines in Rome.

Madison went into Rome ranked down at 24 in the world with little expected of her but she made it superbly to the final defeating Kvitova and Muguruza in straight sets on her way to the final before being defeated by Serena Williams.

The American did do ok at Roland Garros but was halted in round four by the in-form Kiki Bertens and has had a very good start to the grass court season and her title win in Eastbourne has propelled her to the top 10 and her name is now floating around potential contenders for the Wimbledon title.

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